6 Day Postgraduate Orthopaedics International Fellowship Revision Course
A 6-day intensive course designed to cover all aspects of preparation for the International Fellowship examination
Postgraduate Orthopaedics International Fellowship Revision Course
30th March–4th April 2020
Lecture Viva and Clinical Section :
Lectures, Viva and Clinical sections: Royal Medical services(RMS0, King Hussein Medical centre(KHMC), Royal rehabilitation centre(RRC). Amman Jordan
A 6-day intensive course designed to cover all aspects of preparation for the International Fellowship examination • This course is ideally suited to candidates planning to sit the Joint Surgical Colleges Fellowship Examination (JSCFE) in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery in Malaysia June 2020 • The syllabus is based on the Joint Committee on Intercollegiate Examinations(JCIE) Fellowship Examination in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery. • The course will be similar to the highly successful UK course format that the Postgraduate Orthopaedic group has been running for a number of years. These courses have excellent feedback and have been highly recommended by previous candidates
The lectures will cover all aspects of the key topics you need to know for the exam. The lectures will focus on important areas of the syllabus that regularly appear in the FRCS (Tr&Orth) exam. Lectures will be geared towards A list high yield exam topics
Viva Course for the FRCS (Tr&Orth).
The Viva Course for the FRCS (Tr&Orth) exam is a mixture of viva topics with typical exam questions with time built in for teaching and also feedback from experienced faculty. It has had excellent feedback from previous candidates.
Advanced Clinical Examination study day for the FRCS (Tr&Orth).
The advanced clinical examination course will take the form of a series of lectures from faculty on how they would perform an examination of each joint. Delegates will then split into groups and will rotate around a circuit of examination stations with patients to demonstrate on.
The clinical examination day in the UK involves candidates examining over 40 patients in a day. We have moved the international course toIndia because of the wide variety of clinical cases that can be accommodated here compared to other regions.